As if we hadn’t listened to enough royal news for 2023 already following the release of Prince Harry’s autobiography Spare, it’s just been announced that his and Will’s favourite nightclub Boujis is set to reopen.
The co-owner of Boujis, the old private members’ club in South Kensington, Carlo Carello announced yesterday about the reopening and that he is excited for the club to return to its former glory, offering celebrities a space to let their hair down.
Despite being open for over 20 years and its influential string of celebrity goers, the nightclub closed in 2014 following a breach of its licensing agreement. Carello said he is determined to reopen the business close to the old favourite venue, returning with a new name B-London.
Prince Harry has been invited to the reopening of the business ‘via metaverse’, with Carello already offering up the infamous table 11 for him and his brother to reconnect and let off steam like old times.
The pair notoriously swept to Boujis back in their raucous 20s, with their table often greeted with the likes of William’s now-wife Catherine and sister-in-law Pippa Middleton.
Other celebrity guests include the likes of Hugh Grant, Princess Beatrice, Prince, Rhianna and many other high-flying A-List celebs.
There have been very few details of the new ‘B-London’ have surfaced aside from the initial invitation for Prince Harry, but once we have more information, we’ll report back.
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